Software simulates suspensions

Nov. 9, 2006
SuspensionSim software works alone or with CarSim and TruckSim packages, letting users predict how suspensions affect vehicle dynamics.

CarSim simulates the dynamic vehicle behavior of cars, light trucks, and utility vehicles, while TruckSim does the same for heavy-duty vehicles with dual wheels, asymmetric steering systems, multiple axles, and single or multiple trailers.

Mechanical Simulation Corp., 912 North Main St., Suite 210, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, (734) 668-2930, carsim.com

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